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Published:Monday | December 24, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Supreme Ventures Limited President and CEO Ann-Dawn Young Sang (centre) shares a laugh with SVL Chairman David McConnell (right) and the Hon Audley Shaw, minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries.
Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) top brass and government ministers gather for a photo at the Supreme Ventures Corporate Cocktail at J. Wray & Nephew Lounge recently. From left: David McConnell, chairman, SVL; Ann-Dawn Young Sang, president and CEO, SVL; the Hon Audley Shaw, minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries; Gary Peart, director, SVL board; the Hon Daryl Vaz, minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation with responsibility for the Land, Environment, Climate Change and Investment portfolios; and Ian Levy, deputy chairman, SVL Board.
Minister of Justice Delroy Chuck poses with a Sandals playmaker.
CEO of Sandals Resorts Gebhard Rainer (left) converses with Dr Wykeham McNeill, opposition spokesman on tourism.
Chairman of Sandals Resorts Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart (right) greets Prime Minister Andrew Holness (left) and Minister of National Security Dr Horace Chang.
General Manager of Sandals Montego Bay Carl Beviere shares lens time with Minister of Culture, Entertainment and Sport Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange at Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart’s Christmas luncheon recently.

'Tis the season to be jolly, and jolly it has been, as a number of treats, Christmas parties, luncheons and the works have had our team making the rounds. Today, we bring highlights from the recent Supreme Ventures Limited Corporate Cocktail at the

J. Wray & Nephew Lounge, and the Sandals Christmas luncheon in Montego Bay.